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The gripping expansion pack for DOOM 3 takes your even further into the the DOOM universe. Two years following the unexplained disaster on Mars, the UAC returns to the abandoned facility to investigate a mysterious beacon buried deep in the ruins of the ancient civilization.

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The gripping expansion pack for DOOM 3 takes your even further into the the DOOM universe. Two years following the unexplained disaster on Mars, the UAC returns to the abandoned facility to investigate a mysterious beacon buried deep in the ruins of the ancient civilization.


Key Features:

  • Battle six new demons including the hunters

  • Fight in all new 8-player capture the flag arenas

  • Wield new weapons including the double barreled shotgun

  • Possess demonic powers to use against the enemy

  • Control time to defeat the enemy and evade deadly traps

  • Harness the force of gravity to control your environment

  • Battle through the ancient ruins and into the horrifying depths of hell

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Publisher:
Bethesda Softworks®
Developer:
id Software
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Source:
Bethesda Softworks®
Released:
Sunday, April 3, 2005
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Languages:
English
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP (Does not support Windows Vista/7)
  • Processor: Pentium®IV 1.5 GHz or Athlon® XP 1500+ processor or higher
  • Memory: 384 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 100% DirectX® 9.0b compatible 64MB Hardware Accelerated video card and the lateset drivers
  • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0b (included)
  • Hard Drive: 2.2GB of uncompressed free hard disk space (plus 400MB for Windows® swap file)
  • Sound: 100% DirectX® 9.0b compatible 16-bit sound card and the latest drivers
  • Multiplayer Requirements: Internet (TCP/IP) and LAN (TCP/IP) play supported, Internet play requires broadband connection and latest drivers, LAN play requires network interface card and latest drivers
  • Supported Chipsets: ATI® RadeonTM 8500, ATI® RadeonTM 9000, ATI® RadeonTM 9200, ATI® RadeonTM 9500, ATI® RadeonTM 9600, ATI® RadeonTM 9700, ATI® RadeonTM 9800, all nVidia® GeForceTM 3/Ti series, all nVidia® GeForceTM 4MX series, all nVidia® GeForceTM 4/Ti series, all nVidia® GeForceTM FX series, nVidia® GeForceTM 6800*Important Note: Some 3D accelerator cards with the chipset listed here may not be compatible with the 3D accelerator features utilized by Doom 3. Please refer to your hardware manufacturer for 100% DirectX 9.0b compatibility. This product does not support Microsoft® Windows® 95/98/ME or NT.
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Reviews for DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil

91
Blandest title ever!

I mean, come on, apart from a sports game, can you have anything, that can't have this subtitle? Just think, how many games and movies have resurrection in their title, geez.... Then again, Fifa: resurrection of evil sounds absurdly great for some reason. Anyway, if you liked doom 3, this is expansion is fun, if a little short. It's totally worth the price, especially with the free gift game, and unlike some DLC's you get a proper expansion pack for your money here, so i recommend it, despite my rant at the beginning.

90
Nice arcade style game

Easy to pick up but hard to master.I died quite a bit and the atmosphere made me spooked out .Really like it and for 2.49 its a super game for me!.

83
Back on Mars

Resurrection of Evil is the expansion for DOOM3. It’s very fun mini-campaign with new monsters and weapons. Set two years after the events of DOOM3, you play as a Marine sent by the UAC to investigate. Your new powers are very similar to Half Life 2’s gravity gun. Nothing original here but it’s fun to use enemies’ projectile against their owner. However the Time Control gimmick is not that great. Except for that, there is nothing really new here for the DOOM3 fans. The game feels the same, maybe a little less “Dark and Spooky” but it’s still the same gameplay. It’s a good expansion but not a must have.

80
Back on Mars

Resurrection of Evil is the expansion for DOOM3. It’s very fun mini-campaign with new monsters and weapons. Set two years after the events of DOOM3, you play as a Marine sent by the UAC to investigate. Your new powers are very similar to Half Life 2’s gravity gun. Nothing original here but it’s fun to use enemies’ projectile against their owner. However the Time Control thingy is not that great. Except for that, there is nothing really new here for the DOOM3 fans. The game feels the same, maybe a little less “Dark and Spooky” but it’s still the same gameplay. It’s a good expansion but not a must have.

70
Not too much new here

This is the lone expansion pack for Doom 3, released a year after said game launched. There isn’t that much new here which will keep players entertained. You play as a new character instead of the same marine from Doom 3, but this character isn’t much different – that’s the one criticism I have of id games, or at least games outsourced by id to other developers, as is the case here: there’s virtually zero personality with any of the characters, particularly the protagonists. I mean this guy you play as is different from Doomguy or even the Doom 3 marine, so why not expand his character a bit? That’s a wasted opportunity if you ask me. One new weapon is introduced: the double barrel shotgun, which you may remember from Doom II: Hell on Earth, and some new enemies and bosses make it here too. There’s also the grabber, which is similar in many ways to the gravity gun in Half-Life 2. and there's the Hellstone, which is a bit like the Soulcube, except it has different abilities, like slowing down time. Overall it’s just uninspired, and tends to borrow ideas that have been done, not only from prequels in the series, but from other games too. One thing that I found particularly annoying with Resurrection of Evil is that none of the mods that enhanced Doom 3 so greatly are compatible with it, so for instance, mods that enhanced the sound or other parts of the game in Doom 3 won’t work with this expansion, and there aren't many mods for this expansion, and no effort has been made to port a lot of the mods in an attempt to enhance RoE either. Not much replayability value, then. PC gamers also lose out due to the fact that Doom and Doom II aren't included, like they are with the console release. If you want those, Doom 3: BFG Edition might be a better buy. Only grab it if you’re a real Doom fanatic.

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